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LoadRunner Resource Monitoring - JBOSS and WebLogic

We would like to perform resource monitoring with JBOSS (WildFly 8.2)  and WebLogic (11g and 12c).  Do you have detailed documentation on how to configure JBOSS/WebLogic  and LoadRunner to monitor during a load test.  SiteScope is not an option for us.

 

Thank you,

 

CF

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Re: LoadRunner Resource Monitoring - JBOSS and WebLogic

Forgot to mention, we are using LoadRunner 12.5

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Re: LoadRunner Resource Monitoring - JBOSS and WebLogic

Hello fca,

 

Please note that on LoadRunner we only have a monitor for WebLogic.

 

In order to understand more details about the WebLogic monitoring, please refer to the userguide.

Regards,

Daniela Gómez Alvarado
Customer Support Engineer

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Re: LoadRunner Resource Monitoring - JBOSS and WebLogic

The userguide appears to only address how to monitor WebLogic using SiteScope.  We want to monitor WebLogic directly from the Controller.  We cannot use SiteScope.  Is there a specific page in the userguide that discuss moitoring weblogic directly from the controller?

 

Thank you,

 

FCA

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